Human and Animal Physiology is committed to teaching that challenges and inspires BSc students.
HAP has extensive expertise in performing controlled dietary intervention studies and in the integrated metabolic, functional genomic and immunohistochemical analysis of such studies. We perform detailed mechanistic studies in (model) animals and efficacy studies in humans. Cell studies are used for mechanistic support.
For BSc students, we offer possibilities to participate in literature studies related to the current physiological research performed at HAP. Research questions focus on the research aims of HAP and thereby contribute to comprehensive mechanistic and physiological interpretation of current scientific findings.
If you are interested in writing your BSc thesis on one of the subjects below, you can contact our secretariat to make an appointment with Dr Sander Grefte to discuss the possibilities.
“Of note: The aim of our chair group is to make a good match between your interests and our BSc thesis topics. This cannot always be guaranteed during period 6 due to the large number of students that sign up. If you are not restricted to period 6 and want to be sure that you can write a BSc thesis on your topic of interest, our advice would be to schedule your BSc thesis during a different time period.”
Click on the title of interest to read more about this topic.